Xerox Phaser 7800 A3 Laser Color Printer – the benchmark for professional color printing

28 Nov

People who generate a ample volume of color print jobs , have a sweet choice now. They can now keep their printing in-house with the Xerox Phaser 7800 A3 Color Laser Printer. Superior PANTONE® color matching and high print resolution combine to deliver vivid prints.

The Phaser 7800 uses Xerox’s Hi-QLED printing head. This makes the output with a finer intensity and precise colors.  The outlook of the printed images gives rich and glossy view with smooth color transition that one cannot find streaks and smudges in the print. Either it be the black text on colored background or the colored text on black background, it will look clear and sharp. The printer handles a wider forms of media and is ideal for creative professionals, photographers and designers from any industry. A number of finishing options including booklet making, stacking, stapling and hole-punching are available as optional features.

The printer have the quality of energy saving and cost reducing features such as the EA Toner. This toner will use low-melt technology and saves energy, the the automatic duplex printing feature which reduces paper consumption and the induction heating fuser which consumes less energy as compared to conventional laser printers. The 45 ppm print speed, 1.33 GHz processor, 2 GB memory, standard 160 GB hard drive and the 225,000 pages duty cycle per month make the Phaser 7800 a true powerhouse that can easily handle the demanding environment of a high powered business.

This printer can be operated with much ease, with the 4.3” color touch screen interface with its large icons and intuitive menus. One can get print job updates, printer status and alerts direct to their desktop or even over the web. Configuration and installation, monitoring the status of print jobs and troubleshooting can all be done from the web browser. The printer also carries out security measures, job accounting and usage analysis.

Source: blog.databazaar


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